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Other Lives / Atoms For Peace
Tamer Animals / Other Side

I’m so out of touch...I didn’t know Thom Yorke had a band with Flea, or who Other Lives are or that Mr Yorke was sporting a p...view item »

Dark Planet

Creative techno maestro Shed drops Dark Planet onto grateful dancefloors, with a track this is simultaneously grounded with the 4/4 and whirling in the air with a compellingly chopped vocal sample. On the B-side, long-term associates Modeselektor provide their own spin on the tune. 180g 12” on 50W...view item »

Marcel Dettmann / Zenker Brothers
Activator / Namun

This 12” release on the 50 Weapons label pairs experienced Berghain techno overlord Marcel Dettmann with the young and up-and-coming Zenker Brothers, from Munich. Both tracks hit hard and run smooth, with the Brothers doing an impressive job of keeping up with the big boss. 180g vinyl 12&r...view item »

Anstam / Monolake
Dolores / VT-100

This split 12” is part of the 50Weapons label’s final series of 11 records, and pairs up producer Anstam with Robert Henke’s Monolake project. Ever conceptually bold, Henke’s track VT-100 was made with a LinnDrum and nothing more, whereas ...view item »


Jeremy Guindo AKA Bambounou returns to 50 Weapons records with a full length album. Guindo follows up his debut futuristic extraterrestrial concept album with ‘Centrum’, which also explores a dystopian future, but this time on earth. Inspired by works of fiction such as manga classic Akira or epic science fiction novel Dune, ‘C...view item »

Addison Groove
Turn Up The Silence

Addison Groove releases his new EP on 50WEAPONS. Following up his recent album „James Grieve“, Tony Williams aka the UK's footwork-jungle ambassador drops a fresh four tracker. A very fresh sounding dancefloor record deemed to be torn of the shelves by Djs, and praised by pirate radio and music magazines. RIP ...view item »

Don't Leave Me / Plan A

Four to the floor classic techno with splashes of house and breakbeat from FJAAK. A young Berlin-based trio, their hardware-only live sets are apparently the stuff of legend. Here they hint at this potential with a handful of powerful backwards-facing dancefloor cuts. If it’s good enough for Modeselektor, ...view item »

Cracking Space Pt.2

Inevitable continuing from Cracking Space Pt. 1, Cracking Space Pt. 2 marks the second half of a journey into darker territory. Dedicated to Edward Snowden, this garage-inspired collection by Phon.O brings together mournful post-Burial melodies with gradually unfolding Modeselektor textures. Out on 12” vinyl from ...view item »

Benjamin Damage
Up / Acid Bath

Cleaning yer ears out with Benjamin Damange. Up / Acid Bath is the new record for the UK tech baron. These 3 naval jerkers are submersed in the euphoria synth party of "Up" to the LSD bumpin' wonky jacker of "Acid Bath". He rounds it all up with the big room punishment of "Splash" for these 3 nostalg...view item »

AF 4302 EP

The man borders on legend, except that we’re sure he’s real: he’s still putting out new music. Garnier’s latest, inspirationally titled, AF 4302, treats the fans to some rather acidic melody lines, lush synths and sick progressions. Definitely still in possession of the touch, Laurent is just mak...view item »

Addison Groove
Presents James Grieve

Bass music at its classiest, here’s a proper full length album: Presenting James Grieve. Addison Groove rattles on with paranoid rhythms, vertigo-inducing drops out of the blue, and a tension rising as the record progresses. Released on double vinyl, this is a sophomore effort that is smooth and tough, and sexy th...view item »

Full Of Feelings EP

France's national treasure Bambounou takes to the stage another one of his experiment-y EPs on 50WEAPONS. This is a big step-down from his previous COBE EP. A lot more questionable samples are used within Full of Feelings, and makes you feel as if you're on a spaceship rather than in a club (which probably wouldn't even touch Bambounou's...view item »

The Killer

The other great techno release of the week from me and it's another stalking rumbler courtesy of the much admired Shedmeister. His music does seem to be retaining the tougher, creepier edge that sometimes reared its head on The Traveller with hard ...view item »

The Unofficial Remixes Of Moderat Pt. 1

The Unofficial Remixes Of Moderat Pt. 1 by Shackleton/Headhunter/T++ has arrived and pretty cool it is too. Shackleton's mix surprised me a lot as I was kind of just expecting him to whack a load of tribalish/ ethnic drums in there but he's come up with a deep and spacious groover that retains elements of the original, there's a brooding bassline a...view item »